I see that there has not been a post to this forum in over two years. I hope I am not typing into a black hole. After approximately 1.5 years of relatively trouble-free use, quitting Trans Lucy now causes the underlying instance of the operating system (Mac OS X 10.7.3 Lion) to stop responding to all keyboard and mouse inputs, forcing me to reboot to regain control of the system. The freeze seems to be limited to the GUI, since I can still log in via SSH and type "shutdown now -r," for whatever that's worth, instead of holding down the reset button. This happened repeatedly, with Trans Lucy sometimes getting invoked automatically at login, or accidentally through a mistyped hot key, until yesterday, when prior to shutting down the system through a remote console I typed "rm -rf /Applications/Trans\
Lucy.app." I am currently compiling a list of other installation files that should be deleted before re-installing. Please reply to this posting if you either have experienced this problem, understand the cause, or have useful information pertaining to it.